By the end of the month, candidates who took the Kenya Secondary Certificate of Education (KCSE) exam in 2021 will receive their results.
The marking of week one subjects—English, Mathematics, and Kiswahili—was finished on Monday morning.
On Monday, a handful of examiners were seen checking out of marking centers, according to reports.
“We’re trying to finish the other subjects by the end of the week,” a teacher who did not want to be identified stated.
The results will be ready by the end of April, according to Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha.
Magoha gave a speech at Kenya High School, when a CBC classroom was launched.
The candidates will begin classes in June, according to University Education PS Simon Nabukwesi.
College and vocational school students, he said, will report in September.
The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement webpage allowed students to choose courses till April 1st.
There is only one month for parents to prepare for their children’s enrolment.
This will most likely be Magoha’s final exam as Education CS.